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  • South Korea Radio Station Broadcast Considered Act of War by North Korea

    South Korea Radio Station Broadcast Considered Act of War by North Korea0

    • Asia
    • January 13, 2016

    The South Korean government decided to renew Korea radio station broadcasting that was earlier held on the border between the South and the North. The broadcast was stopped in August 2015 as a part of tension reducing policy. Latest testing of the hydrogen bomb held on Jan. 6, 2016 is called the main reason for

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  • Hunting of Women: Cologne Attacks Raise  Debate on Migrants in Germany

    Hunting of Women: Cologne Attacks Raise Debate on Migrants in Germany0

    A string of robberies and sexual harassment cases in Germany have sparked the tension around the issue of migration. The biggest attack on women was committed in the western city of Cologne on New Year’s Eve. The German police blamed it on 1,000 men described as having a “North African and Arabic” appearance. Similar incidents

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  • Top Most Probable Economic Predictions for 2016

    Top Most Probable Economic Predictions for 20160

    Everyone is now talking about the upcoming presidential elections, but what about the economic forecasts for 2016? In response to lower unemployment statistics this year the Federal Reserve is going to raise interest rates. However, many Americans have not recovered completely from negative effects of the economic slowdown yet. Besides, we should not count out

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  • John Kerry Raises Possibility of Palestinian Authority Collapse

    John Kerry Raises Possibility of Palestinian Authority Collapse0

    Talking about the increasingly tense relationship between Palestine and Israel at the Saban Forum on the Middle East policy at the Brookings Institution in Washington, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that there was a big question about how long the Palestinian Authority (PA) could survive. The consequences of the collapse would be a

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  • China to Export Nuclear Reactors, Proliferation Remains a Concern

    China to Export Nuclear Reactors, Proliferation Remains a Concern0

    On Dec. 30, 2015, China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) and China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) agreed to create a joint enterprise aiming to export Chinese nuclear reactors abroad. CNNC and CGN, both predominantly state-owned companies, are going to create a new business that will facilitate exports of nuclear reactors overseas. The company capitalized at

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  • Obama Wants To Enforce Gun Control

    Obama Wants To Enforce Gun Control0

    As President Obama had promised, this year he is planning to take immediate action to stop gun violence. This week, he is going to meet with the U.S. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch to consult on the new gun control measures and then announce his package of proposals in the near future. Obama is going

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